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And she waits...

December 2016
In a tiny rural village with no street lights and no AA, a woman brews a pot of coffee and reads

Happily Giving

December 2016
Oh, what a bag of goodies we have to share once we we get sober

“I Heard You Don’t Drink”

December 2016
There’s nothing like an anonymity break to ruin a lovely, hot summer beach day

Late Night Shopping Spree

December 2016
He just wanted a few things to go with his booze—and hey, why pay? Oh, he paid alright

Oh Lord!

December 2016
When it comes to saying the Lord’s Prayer, one member offers his own helpful interpretation

One plate at a time

December 2016
Dirty laundry, piles of trash and stacks of filthy dishes. Little by little, a newcomer cleans up his act

Two Years Old

December 2016
On her anniversary, a woman reflects on how she traveled from blackout drinker to someone who sees the light, every day.

Our Protective Mantle

November 2016
AA provides us a warm tent of anonymity to discuss our drinking—when we’re ready

Spending time with God

November 2016
No matter where she is, she has conscious contact

Dying to be loved

November 2016
At age 20, liquor had done its job. It made her believe she had nothing to live for


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